WATCH: Luke Bryan’s Mom LeClaire Goes On a Shopping Spree with Luke’s Credit Card
“I got off track,” she laughed.
LeClaire Bryan; Photos via Instagram
Luke Bryan’s mom, LeClaire, got a hold of his credit card and went on a midday shopping spree!
While sitting on the bumper of an SUV, LeClaire, who was supposed to be grocery shopping at Publix, revealed a large purchase that she made with the “Up” singer’s credit card at Home Depot.
“This is what happens when Luke gives me his credit card to go to Publix. I got off track, I got big off track,” she laughed in the social media clip.
The camera then panned to show several dozen fresh flowers, plants and colorful floral chair cushions filling the trunk and back seat of the vehicle.
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This isn’t the first time LeClaire has gone shopping on the country hitmaker’s dime.
While gearing up to kick off his Las Vegas residency earlier this year, Bryan joked that his mom would likely be spending lots of money on the Las Vegas Strip during her time in Sin City.
“So, what’s the big shopping center out here? [The Shops At Crystals] and all that. Yeah, my credit card will be in flames come Friday,” Bryan previously joked.
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“My favorite place to be is on stage performing to country music fans,” Bryan shared in a press release. “So thankful every night when I walk out on that stage and know you are there to have a blast along beside me. It never gets old!”
The tour takes its name from the chorus of Bryan’s current hit single, “Up,” which is the sixth single from Bryan’s No. 1 album, Born Here Live Here Die Here.
See a full list of Bryan’s upcoming tour dates HERE.
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